Ever had a morning when you’re late for work but can’t find something in your closet, say, a jacket you thought you hung among your old sweaters but now seems to have walked off? It’s a stressful and time-wasting experience. But there is a way to organize your closets that will streamline your daily routine and make it much easier to locate the items you need. It’s based on simple principles that apply to all types of closets, from small linen closets to bedroom walk-ins.
Group Similar Things Together
Don’t fill empty closet spaces with random items. Store shirts with shirts and dresses with dresses. That way, there will be no doubt where those items are when you need them.
Let Your Shelves Work for You
Instead of adapting to your closet shelves, customize them according to your needs. For example, if you have at least 12 inches of vertical space between shelves, you might want to add another one for extra storage. Or, if you have tall boots or tall containers, move shelves up so that they can fit.
Store Items by Frequency of Use
If you have blankets and pillows you rarely use, stash them in the back of your linen closet, not the front. This prevents you from having to maneuver around them to get the sheets, pillowcases, and the like that you use more frequently.
Maintain Some Uniformity
Uniformity eliminates visual clutter, making your closet space feel neater. To transform your closet visually and help you stay motivated to maintain the space, professional organizers recommend matching hangers, shoe boxes, and containers.
Help from a Closet Design Team
The professionals at 31-W Insulation install closet organizer systems that can help you get a handle on your unruly storage spaces. Made by ClosetMaid, our shelving systems are available in a variety of materials and colors to suit your daily needs and your aesthetic preferences. Contact us today to arrange a free consultation.